The team over at Zoox - an enigmatic and reclusive self-driving car startup - generally doesn't have much to say to the media or the rest of the automotive industry when it comes to their plans for creating the next wave of autonomous vehicles. However, when co-founders Tim Kentley-Klay and Jesse Levinson do get around to sharing a few words (specifically with potential investors), it's safe to say that the message they convey is pretty potent.
To see just how much truth really rests behind this statement, we suggest looking no further than the recent $200 million boost in funding Zoox received from supporters who are eager to see this startup's radical new take on the self-driving paradigm.
Want to learn more about how Zoox plans to use this capital to drop the windshield, steering wheel, brake pedal, and standard forward-facing seating arrangement from the autonomous car equation? Then be sure to head over to Business Insider for the complete breakdown of this startup's fundraising efforts.